MARGARET L. PEGGY JOHNSON Executive Vice President of the

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					Qualcomm Incorporated
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San Diego, CA 92121-1714                                                                 www.qualcomm.com


                             MARGARET L. “PEGGY” JOHNSON
                      Executive Vice President of the Americas and India

        Peggy Johnson serves as executive vice president of the Americas and India. Johnson
        is responsible for global development including working with partners to drive the
        adoption of 3G wireless broadband in the Americas and India. Johnson also serves as
        a member of Qualcomm’s executive committee.

        Johnson previously served as president of Qualcomm Internet Services (QIS) and
        MediaFLO Technologies. Johnson was integral in establishing the foundation for QIS
        and leading the development of next-generation wireless technology. Under Johnson’s
        leadership, QIS was successful at developing the BREW® solution, a family of offerings
        that includes uiOne, deliveryOne, QPoint and BREW Signature Solutions as well as the
        QChat® push-to-talk solution.

        Johnson began her career at Qualcomm in 1989 as a software engineer within
        Qualcomm Wireless Business Solutions (QWBS). She held several positions within
        QWBS, including director of business development, where she was responsible for
        adding network management centers for the OmniTRACS system in Malaysia, Korea,
        Japan and Mexico. She also served as vice president of technology, where she led the
        customer software group. She joined Qualcomm Consumer Products in 1997 as vice
        president of business development and was appointed vice president of sales shortly
        thereafter. Johnson was named senior vice president of sales for QCP in April 2000 and
        took on the additional responsibilities of marketing for Kyocera Wireless in a transitional
        role after the sale of QCP to Kyocera.

        Prior to joining Qualcomm, Johnson worked as an engineer for General Electric's
        Military Electronics Division. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical
        Engineering from San Diego State University.

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